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Apsara Dinner Cruise by Banyan Tree

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  • E-Ticket
  • 2.25 hr

Banyan Tree Bangkok is delighted to invite you to experience the ultimate culinary journey: a charming and unforgettable night aboard the "Apsara", the new Sanctuary in the midst of Bangkok‟s bustling environs. Set sail on one of Bangkok‟s "must do" gourmand experiences, Apsara, the ultimate riverside dining experience along Chao Phraya River. Navigate the sights and sounds of the bustling waterways passing the Grand Palace, Wat Arun and many sights while enjoying a feast fit for a king, with authentic Thai cuisine. Included is your welcome drink upon arrival, Thai Set Dinner or Buffet (depending on season and passenger numbers) and background music.

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Stop At: Apsara Dinner Cruise by Banyan Tree

Apsara is a dining destination not to be missed, whether you are a local resident or a visitor to Bangkok. Converted from a vintage rice barge, Apsara is an elegant restaurant in Bangkok, cruising along the Chao Phraya River. The first-class service, royal Thai cuisine freshly prepared on-board, make Apsara the best way to dine on the river and enjoy the night view of Bangkok. Free optional transfer is provided from Banyan Tree Bangkok at 7pm for hotel book-direct guests. Dinner cruise leaves from River City at 8pm.

Duration: 2 hour 20 minutes

Pass By: The Grand Palace

Pass by one of Bangkok’s most famous riverfront landmarks — the Grand Palace, the official residence of the King of Thailand (and historically the King of Siam) since the late 1700s.

Pass By: Chao Phraya River

Cruise on the notorious river of kings one of the most famous rivers in Thailand and the only one which cuts Bangkok in 2, with its low alluvial plain forming the center of the country, before throwing itself into the Gulf of Thailand.

Pass By: Temple Of Dawn (Wat Arun)

Pass by one of Bangkok’s most famous riverfront landmarks — the Temple of Dawn, known as Wat Arun, a Buddhist temple that dates back to the 17th century.

Pass By: Rama VIII Bridge

Pass under the Rama VIII bridge, this bridge is a cable-stayed bridge crossing the Chao Phraya River. This is built between 1999 to 2002.

Pass By: Royal Barges National Museum

Royal Barges National Museum is located n the banks of a canal to the Chao Pharay River. This is where the Royal Barges are kept in the museum. There are 8 of 52 royal barges displayed in this museum.

Pass By: Asiatique The Riverfront

ASIATIQUE The Riverfront will be Bangkok’s first large-scale riverside project combining shopping, dining, sightseeing, activities and events under one roof. The strong cultural aspect is what sets it apart from other shopping malls. Embracing history, but avoiding the cultural clichés and traditional symbols, it strikes a balance between tradition and globalization.


Icon Siam shopping complex is located on the banks of Chao Phraya River. There are more than 500 shops and 100 restaurants.

Pass By: Phra Sumen Fort

Phra Sumen Fort was built in 1783 and to defend the city against a river invasion.

Pass By: Wat Rakang Kositaram

Wat Rakang Kositaram or Temple of the Bells, was built in the Ayutthaya period.